As the fourth-oldest surviving university in the world, it was a great pleasure to help this historic and elite institution deliver a consistent and modern digital platform - their main university website.

Working closely with the British Council, BrightLemon successfully created one of the biggest global online communities, with more than 10 million unique visitors a month.

We worked closely with the Civil Service to create a multi-award winning community platform that allows civil servants to find job sharing partners.

We enabled young Londoners to tackle tough subjects through an NHS online community.

We created an interactive and social student portal for a world-leading Higher Education Resources company.

Commons, community and collaboration... We used our expert community knowledge to build a social business software solution for Drupal users.

We delivered an online portal that builds on the GREAT Britain campaign brand in order to drive investment and showcase the very best of what Britain has to offer to potential foreign investors.

We provided a better networking platform for the fourth largest recruitment company in the world; Teach First.

We increased engagement and activism by 1200% in just one month, by building an improved Activism Centre for the world's largest human rights organisation; Amnesty International.

We created an online community for Business in the Community (BitC) that promotes socially and environmentally responsible business tactics.

We delivered a double award-winning international art community for the established London art museum, Tate Modern.

As part of the Estate Management division, the Cambridge University Centre offers social facilities for graduate and research students, as well as University and College staff, alumni and their guests. However, the Centre’s website wasn’t providing its super clever/organised/busy students with a supportive enough online platform. So we came along with our (almost as) clever selves to help the Centre’s online presence match their offline facilities.

A versatile platform creation for higher education in the Middle East

We were extremely happy to team up with the Department of Education to deliver an online community for Shine Week - a national youth festival dedicated to celebrating the creative talents of young people everywhere.

Learning about the history of the natural world doesn’t have to be limited to Natural History Museum school trips (although we did love those outings - can’t resist a visit to those massive moving dinosaur models)! The Natural History Museum has plenty of online information hubs, including their Open Air Laboratories programme. In order to be kept up to date, OPAL’s education pages needed to be redesigned and re-themed, and we were chosen for the job.

We built one of the busiest press hubs in the entertainment sector for globally renowned media company; Viacom.

Working with the NHS to change the way that the public in London engage with health and social care.

We helped The Association for Cultural Enterprises to build a bench-marking application to help deliver core retail skills to its 180 accredited museums and heritage sites.